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                The Independent Legion of Natural Aristocrats is an exclusive streetwear brand and collective of artists, intellectuals and entrepreneurs who are dedicated to creating a more beautiful and intuitive world. A natural aristocrat is one who achieves cultural, political or economic success through hard work, virtue and talent. The legion is independent in that it adheres to no rules outside of those conceived of by the members of the group -- not because we are rebels, but because we are independent thinkers. History should guide us, not define us. Everyday we fight for truth, beauty and justice, and strive to understand and appreciate all forms of art, literature and culture; and in doing so become more skilled, ethical and sophisticated citizens of a cooperative global society. The motto we live by: weird kids change the world. Stay casual. 

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BlokRok: Revolutionizing the Sunscreen Industry

June 28, 2015

Arianna Megaro has anything but rest on her mind these days. The 22-year-old Chapel Hill native and recent graduate of the College of Charleston is on the brink of launching her first company with a breakthrough product: a state-of-the-art sunscreen applicator that will leave you saying, “Why didn’t I think of that?”  Anyone that knows Arianna knows that entrepreneurship is in her DNA. Her father, a Duke University professor in the MBA program and long standing judge for the Duke startup challenge, inspired her from an early age to think creatively and act deliberately. Megaro While other kids were out shooting hoops and playing with dolls, Arianna and her brother were engineering steerable wooden go-carts with brakes and massive swing...

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BitWall: Cashing In On Social Currency

June 28, 2015

Recently we got the opportunity to catch up with Nic Meliones, a budding young entrepreneur and avid risk taker from North Carolina who spoke to us about his new venture, and life after Visa.  He was only 23 when he decided to disentangle himself from the corporate grind and forge his own path to success.  Despite thoroughly enjoying his year at Visa and learning a lot from his supremely intelligent coworkers, he always knew he “wanted to start companies.” The first thing I asked him was how it’s been since leaving the cradle of the corporate safety net: “My experience has been awesome. Being able to take an idea and create it into something that people can value is exciting.”  He went...

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